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Recovery Project Manager

Clarion Housing Group
England, London, Islington
£33822 - £44107 per annum
Closing date
30 Nov 2023

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Community and Customer Services
Full Time
Organisation Type
Housing association / RP

Job Details

Salary: £33,822 - £44,107 per annum
Job Location: Islington - with regular travel to the scheme in Hoxton
Hours: 36 per week
Contract Type: Permanent

Clarion Housing in partnership with the Amy Winehouse Foundation is seeking a Recovery Project Manager to manage all aspects of the recovery housing projects managed by Clarion and delivered in partnership with the Amy Winehouse Foundation. You'll support the needs of women in recovery from drugs, alcohol and other addictive behaviours within our recovery housing project, Amy's Place, in East London.

What you'll be doing

You'll supervise and develop the support staff and co-ordinate the assessment, review and support work within the building. You'll ensure that the property is effectively managed, this includes repairs, maintenance, services, utilities, safety, security, rent and service charge collections.

We provide homes and services to support young women who have completed a programme of rehabilitation for drugs and/or alcohol and who are ready to move on to second stage recovery housing. Each tenant will be committed to abstinence from all mind-altering substances including legal highs and non-prescribed prescription drugs. The project aims to bridge the gap between residential care facilities and isolated independent living in the community through the provision of decent safe temporary housing and high quality, recovery based support.

What we're looking for

We're seeking a highly motivated individual with experience of working with people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction and associated addictive behaviours. The ideal candidate will also possess an in depth knowledge of mutual aid programmes such as 12 Step Programmes or SMART Recovery as well as experience of support planning and risk assessment within a supported environment.

We welcome applications from candidates with a history of substance or behavioral addictions or problematic substance use. In this instance, applicants will need to have been in stable recovery for a minimum of 2 years, not including any time spent in treatment.

If you have experience of working with people in recovery and have significant experience of managing staff teams within the care & support sector, we want to hear from you.

Closing Date: Thursday 30th November 2023 at midnight.

Interviews will be held on Monday 11th December 2023.

For further details on this vacancy, please click 'apply' or visit our website.

Applicants must have the ability to travel between sites as required.

This post is subject to Enhanced Adult Criminal Record Check Clearance.

In the event that we receive a high volume of applications, we reserve the right to close this advert early.

You must be eligible to work in the UK to apply for this vacancy; Clarion are not able to offer visa sponsorship. You are required to reside in the UK for the duration of your employment.

Diversity and Inclusion

We want Clarion to be a workplace where everyone feels valued, can be themselves and know they can reach their full potential. We embrace and celebrate our differences through various initiatives and support colleagues through a number of staff networks.

We're committed to building a strong, diverse workforce and making Clarion an inclusive place to work.


Clarion Housing Group

Clarion Housing Group comprises the country’s largest housing association; a property development company, a charitable foundation and a repairs and maintenance service.

The Group’s housing association, Clarion Housing, is committed to providing good customer service to all its residents and to maintaining its homes to a good standard - investing significantly in improving them each year.

Its development target is to build 50,000 new homes over 10 years and the Group will invest £13 billion on meeting and delivering on this target.  Two thirds of the programme will be affordable and developed by Clarion Housing, while homes for private sale are delivered and marketed through development company Latimer by Clarion Housing Group.  The proceeds from sales are invested in our social purpose.   

The charitable foundation, Clarion Futures, will invest £150 million over ten years to deliver one of the largest social investment programmes in the country. Priorities are work and training; money management and young people.

Building homes. Developing futures.

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6 Tooley St
London Bridge

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